Prize draw supports local efforts in Lincoln County
The Lincoln County Democratic Committee has put together its sixth annual Treat for Two raffle package with a reservation date Thursday, August 19, and is inviting the general public to purchase a chance to win a Maine excursion and organic farm at- meals at the table. The winner will receive dinner reservations at the historic Turner Farm on North Haven Island combined with a return ticket on Captain John Morin’s Equinox transit service from Rockland.
The winning ticket will be drawn at the Lobster Bake Committee’s annual family fun day on Sunday, August 8. The winners will be notified that evening.
Raffle tickets cost $ 30 each for a chance to win a prize valued at over $ 300 which includes round-trip transportation from Rockland to the island, a farm tour, a multi-course meal , local beer and wine, twilight views, and conversation for two guests.
Erin French, Founder of Lost Kitchen Restaurant, recommends the Turner Barn Experience on her website: “It’s the journey to get there that’s three-quarters of the fun… be sure to keep an extra eye out for special events at the dine in the barn at Turner Farm, ”according to a press release from the committee.
The past winners really enjoyed their Treat for Two evenings.
“The winner of this raffle will cherish their memories of the experience,” said Valarie Johnson, who has organized the raffle for the past six years. “Where else can a couple spend such a unique and enjoyable evening including a five-course meal, local beer and wine, all on an island in Maine for a $ 30 raffle?” Every year, I receive big compliments, so it’s a must-see event, ”she continued.
Johnson said: “Buy your ticket now because August 19th will be here before you know it!”
To purchase raffle tickets or to ask questions, contact Johnson at 207-549-3358 or [email protected]. Due to state law, tickets are not sold online.
More information about the raffle is available online at lincolncountydemocrats.com/raffle where people can watch a video interview with Dexter and Juliet Morrison of Brunswick, who won the draw three years ago.
“We had a great outing. It was a wonderful evening, “Juliet shared, during the interview,” When we arrived it was so spectacular. We were just amazed at the view.
The committee is using the money it raises through this and other fundraising initiatives to support its local efforts in Lincoln County. Its grassroots mission is to organize volunteers and communicate with voters to support candidates who believe in Democratic ideals and the principles of government by, of and for all people.
Spend time on the farm with the 4-H extension